Monthly Archives: June 2010

World Cup: Chile vs. Brazil (Matchday Commentary)

After this morning's all-European matchup, a clash of two South American nations awaits. Five-team champions Brazil look to move into the next round when they face Chile (ESPN/ESPN3.com, 2:30 p.m.), with the winner taking on the Netherlands in the quarterfinals. … Continue reading »

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Afternoon Ticker: Capello’s future unclear, Fabiano keen on United and more

  photo by Chris Brunskill/ISIphotos.com By FRANCO PANIZO Fabio Capello is contracted with England through the 2012 European Championship, but with the Three Lions' exiting early from the World Cup, his future has become unclear.  Despite telling the FA he … Continue reading »

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World Cup: Netherlands vs. Slovakia (Matchday Commentary)

A busy and controversial weekend of World Cup action has come and gone, but there is plenty of action left in the Round of 16. World Cup darkhorse Netherlands takes on Slovakia in an all-European clash (ESPN/ESPN3.com, 10:00 a.m.) in … Continue reading »

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Should Bradley stay or go as USMNT coach?

Photo by ISIphotos.com Another World Cup cycle has come and gone for the U.S. men's national team and it is time to consider the possibility that a new coach will be leading the team once the next World Cup cycle … Continue reading »

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Three second-half goals, Seitz PK save seal Union victory in PPL Park debut

By AVI CREDITOR CHESTER, Pa. – The Philadelphia Union sure have a knack for coming up with strong showings in home openers. Sebastien Le Toux converted a penalty kick and had a hand in two other goals, all in the … Continue reading »

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World Cup Daily Recap: Refs questioned as Mexico and England knocked out

BY ADAM SERRANO Questionable referee decisions will make the headlines, but the real story of Day 17 of the World Cup was the continued dominance of a pair of traditional soccer powers who will now meet for a date in the semifinals … Continue reading »

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